Press: Pulitzer Prizes

When last year's Pulitzer Prizes were announced, the news amounted to little more than confirmation of what Gossiper Walter Winchell had already told the world. Determined to safeguard every breath of thunder, the Columbia University Trustees this year canceled the customary advance releases to the Press, kept the winners' names secret for the formal announcement last week at a Manhattan banquet.

To Arthur Krock, able chief of the New York Times's Washington staff, went the $500 award for distinguished Correspondence. A newsman for 29 of his 48 years, bespectacled Arthur Krock first...

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